About PGYSA

Prince George Youth Soccer Association, commonly known as PGYSA, was incorporated under the Society Act in March 1987, however the Association started offering soccer programs in 1966. In September 1992, Whitecaps coach Tony Waiters visited Prince George to officially open New Rotary Stadium, our current soccer location at 15th Avenue and Ospika Boulevard.

PGYSA is the largest youth sports association in Prince George. There are over 2500 boys and girls, ages 3-18, that register for outdoor soccer each May and 700 registrations for our indoor programs in the winter.

The Association has grown over the years through the hard work and dedication of many individuals and groups in our City. Our current and future youth players owe a great deal to the many volunteers who have been coaches, managers, referees or board members over the years and our future depends upon these generous individuals.

Long-Term Player Development for Soccer

o Canada Soccer LTPD – http://www.canadasoccer.com/canada-soccer-pathway-p156416 \

o BC Soccer LTPD – http://www.bcsoccer.net/long-term-player-development

PGYSA Player Pathway

The Association has developed a player pathway that guides families to choose the appropriate path for their player’s success in the sport.

Long Term Player Development
Wellness to World Cup

The Wellness to World Cup program has been developed by the Canada Soccer Association as a long-term player development program. The program is designed to not only produce elite soccer players capable of representing Canada at a World Cup level, but also to promote health, fitness and well-being at all ages through soccer.

PGYSA’s governing body, BC Soccer, actively promotes the Wellness To World Cup program, and all of PGYSA’s programs are designed to fit within this development model.

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